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Charlottesville’s Confederate statues in limbo, with Episcopal clergy hopeful for their removal

[Episcopal News Service] A month of nationwide protests against systemic racism and violence against African Americans has added urgency to efforts to remove Confederate imagery and symbols from public display. […]

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San Francisco’s Grace Cathedral will host virtual interfaith service for world AIDS conference

[Episcopal News Service] Grace Cathedral in San Francisco, the seat of the Diocese of California, will host an online interfaith service as part of AIDS 2020, the 23rd International AIDS […]

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Episcopal Church deepens engagement with Poor People’s Campaign, racial justice work

[Episcopal News Service] The Episcopal Church’s support of the Poor People’s Campaign hasn’t wavered since the ecumenical initiative was launched in 2018 to rally Americans behind the moral cause of […]

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Diocese of South Carolina files motion in circuit court

[Episcopal Diocese of South Carolina] On Monday, June 29, attorneys for the (Episcopal) Diocese of South Carolina and The Episcopal Church filed a Motion for Reconsideration and to Alter or […]

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Lambeth Award recognizes CARAVAN president for interreligious peacebuilding

[Episcopal News Service] The Rev. Paul-Gordon Chandler, an Episcopal Church mission partner serving in Qatar, is among this year’s recipients of the prestigious Lambeth Awards for outstanding contributions to the […]

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Glenda Curry consecrated bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Alabama

[Diocese of Alabama] The Rt. Rev. Glenda S. Curry was ordained and consecrated to serve as bishop coadjutor of the Diocese of Alabama on June 27 at the Cathedral Church […]

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El cambio virtual de Nuevo Amanecer en medio de la pandemia del COVID-19 refleja el cambio y el crecimiento en los Ministerios Latino/Hispanos

Read this article in English here.  [Servicio Episcopal de Noticias] Cuando la pandemia del coronavirus obligó a los organizadores de Nuevo Amanecer a ofrecer la popular conferencia bienal de los […]

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Episcopal/Anglican Province of Alexandria inaugurated as Anglican Communion’s 41st province

[Anglican Communion News Service] The former Diocese of Egypt with North Africa and the Horn of Africa has completed its transition into an autonomous province of the Anglican Communion. The […]

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As COVID-19 cases surge in the US, Episcopal churches continue individual approach to online worship, fellowship

[Episcopal News Service] More than three months into the COVID-19 pandemic, with cases surging in some parts of the United States, Episcopal churches continue to take different approaches to in-person […]

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Western New York deanery initiative seeks to keep small, rural churches alive

[Diocese of Western New York]The Genesee Deanery of the Diocese of Western New York is made up of small towns and small churches that are struggling to survive. Only one […]

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